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So i took the anfibio out with the 11” coil and had a heck of a time in pinpoint trying to hone in on a target. I removed the coil cover to make sure nothing was trapped in there, and it was clean. Is there like a master reset? I dont want to send it in just yet before i try everything.


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Not sure if this will work for you but I have been using a little trick over the years with my minelabs. I'm doing it now with my Nox 800.....Pinpoint the center of your target. While remaining in pinpoint mode slowly pull the coil towards you. when the sound goes silent your target should be at the tip of your coil.


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Pinpoint can act strange at times. Usually it is caused by unsuspected close proximity trash targets. An incorrect Ground Balance will also make it difficult.
Like all aspects of detecting, it takes practice. You might want to set up a shallow & deep test coin to hone your skill.


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Ill try that as soon as weather cooperates a bit more, but ive been using this unit since march with no issues


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Took machine to a different area, did gb, machine worked perfect with both coils.